Hi All, Adam I did not intend to say that Digital Cinema could not do film presentations justice. I have seen a lot of Digital Cinema presentations. My understanding is that the Sony can be calibrated to improve the color uniformity problems that I and my colleagues in Boston witnessed. The problem with LCoS display technology is that it is quite unstable and the projector drifts quickly. This means recalibration is necessary on a very regular basis. Probably in the order of on a weekly basis. Unfortunately, I highly doubt our local theaters will be investing the resources necessary to keep an LCoS based Digital Cinema projector properly calibrated. Clearly what I saw demonstrated that my theater can't even be bothered to have it setup correctly for a special one time screening. DLP on the other hand is quite a bit more stable not suffering from white field uniformity the way LCoS based units do. Of course, they need to be calibrated and maintained as well, which must be a new concept to theater owners who never had to deal with having film projectors calibrated save for changing the lamp at the right time.